Articles about Catherine.
- CBS 5 Newscaster Becomes a Big Story of Her Own
“’Superwoman’ Catherine Anaya Turns Troubles into Triumph”
- Valley Moms Share Their Most Precious Moments
“As a mother, I enjoy the gift of unconditional love my children give me each and every day. I enjoy that they’re independent and unafraid to say what’s on their minds…”
- This just in: Catherine Anaya
Catherine Anaya, an Emmy Award-winning journalist, joined Channel 5 (KPHO), the CBS affiliate, in January 2003, after working as a special correspondent for Extra and as an anchor and host for the CBS affiliate in Los Angeles.
- The Next Big Thing
EMMY AWARD-WINNING JOURNALISTMeet Catherine Anaya. This talented and versatile journalist in both broadcast and print has served as a special correspondent for Latino Perspectives magazine and the TV show, “Extra,” but Catherine Anaya is probably better known as the lead anchor for KPHO CBS 5.
- Alpha Phi TV Anchors
KCBS-TV Los Angeles news anchor Catherine Anaya (B USC), spoke to Alpha Phis at the Southwest Regional Conference. She shared stories of her collegiate experiences as well as the professional path that brought her to one of the largest television markets in the country. “I am pro-sorority,” Catherine explained to a receptive audience. “When I joined Alpha Phi I was quiet and shy. Alpha Phi gave me a place to feel comfortable and grow.” Leadership, the ability to get along with a diverse group of people and loyalty are just a few of the life-lessons Catherine attributes to the Alpha Phi experience.
- Close to my heart but miles apart
Catherine Anaya, 33, and Martha Basco, 50; they lived 360 miles aparta single mother, Martha Basco supported her two daughters with her voice. Many a night she tucked the kids into bed at a relative’s house before going out to sing in nightclubs until dawn. Their own “home” was a string of low-rent apartments and hotel rooms in Santa Ana, California.
- CNN Transcript on Anorexia